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Largest Fro-Yo Company in US Offers Vegan Flavor

TCBY will now be serving an almond-based frozen yogurt at locations throughout the country.

The US’ largest soft-serve frozen yogurt company, TCBY, has collaborated with dairy-free milk manufacturer Silk to create an almond-based chocolate flavor. This follows in the footsteps of other country-wide fast food chains offering veganized options on their menu, notably Chipotle, which introduced its tofu Sofritas in California earlier this year and is now serving them nationwide due to their unprecedented success. TCBY sees the business venture as a hopeful success, and has taken to promoting the new chocolatey treat online through its social media channels.

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